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Old January 12th 09, 03:02 AM posted to rec.sport.unicycling
jtrops
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Default Too many flats... here's one solution.


I could add more rubber, but I would rather have a lighter wheel.
Weight at the circumference is the worst kind of weight.

I used to have a setup like this on my road bike with sew-ups, and I
never had flats.


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